It is good practice to record, plan, instruct, inform and train. You will need to record the hazards and people you have identified as especially at risk in Step 1 and Step 2. You should also record what you did about it in Step 3. A simple plan can help you achieve this.
Making an emergency plan, tailored to your premises is strongly advised. Including the actions that need to be taken in the event of a fire in your premises or any adjoining premises will assist you in complying with the law and is good practice. Staff and occasionally others, such as volunteers or members of the congregation will need to be provided with instructions.
All employees should receive adequate information and training about the risks in the premises. Some, such as fire marshals, will require more thorough training.